Update: Caylee Anthony search Saturday, November 8
Several sites have reported a suspicious bag was pulled from a pond at Blanchard Park, but it appears it was just a bag of dog bones. TES reported that there are a lot less volunteers than expected. An update is below.
ORANGE COUNTY< Fla. (WOFL FOX 35, Orlando)–Texas Equusearch has confirmed 1,500 volunteers helped in the search for missing Caylee Anthony today, about half as many as the group had expected.
A bag of bones divers pulled from a body of water behind Blanchard Park YMCA this morning turned out to be dog bones. Divers turned the bag over to crime scene investigators, who hauled it away around noon.
The team plans to continue searching until sundown today. If they are unable to find Caylee, they will pick up their search again Sunday morning.
Hundreds of volunteers have completed their check-ins Saturday morning and have begun the search for Caylee Anthony.
One bus and two caravans left for the search sites at around 9:30 this morning, with another bus full of searchers cued up.
Upwards of 3000 volunteers were expected to turn out for the massive operation, but a final count would not be complete until later today.
You can read this article at Fox35, Orlando here